Gheitariye

Gheytarieh (also spelled Qeytarieh) is a district, in northeastern Tehran's city limits, within the larger Shemiran district. Gheytarieh has about 150,000 residents.

Gheytarieh is famous for a large park with the same name. Gheytarieh Park was once the home of a Qajar Dynasty minister, Amir Kabir. Gheytarieh is known for its many restaurants, including fast food, found along Gheytarieh Street.

Gheytariehs' neighbouring districts are: Kaveh, Hekmat, Chizar, Doulat, Dibaji, and Darrous.

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Coordinates: 35°47′30″N 51°27′03″E / 35.79162°N 51.45093°E / 35.79162; 51.45093

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